iPhone 5 Revealed or Rumors
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New iPhone 5 Revealed
iPhone 5 pre-orders start on Friday, Sept. 14th | Shipping on Sept. 21st
- World’s thinnest smartphone – 20% thinner than 4S
- LTE Network Speed
- All new design – Photos here on engadget.com
- Better low-light performance for camera
- Faster photo capture
- 28 Megapixel Resulting image
- Thunderbolt and Lightning
- New Navigation System with new Apple Maps
- Enhanced satellite imagery
- OpenTable integration
- Available in black or white
- Increased size of display vertically
- iPhone 4 prices reduced
- iPhone 4 now free with contract
- iPhone 4S now $99 with contract
- iPhone 5 pre-orders start on Friday 14th
- iPhone 5 shipping on September 21st
- No micro-USB
- No wireless charging
- No NFC
- Countless adapters need to be tossed if you upgrade
- Docking stations not compatible
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What To Expect From iPhone 5
Rumors fly in anticipation of Wednesday reveal
With September now in full swing, it seems the season for the creative at Apple to share with the world what we’ve been speculating about for years… the iPhone 5.
There are many rumors as to what can be expected as the next masterpiece from the world’s most popular line of mobile devices. Here’s a quick list of a few of the rumors flying around…
Taller. As competitors’ phones have screens much larger than the 3.5-inch display of the iPhone, this might be the most logical step for Apple to take. Many fans are screaming for a larger screen, and they may see it with the new phone.
Thinner. Some leaked photos show a phone thinner than the iPhone 4. With a larger display, it seems Apple saved some room on the depth of the phone with their thinnest version to date. Of course, not a confirmation yet.
Faster. There have been plenty of rumblings as to the type of processor the phone will use without a logical suggestion that meets both satisfies both speed and battery life performance. What IS widely expected would be LTE compatible. Apple has already announced an LTE-equipped iPad, why can’t they put it in a phone? Not to mention, no-LTE would not line up with several carriers’ promises.
There are plenty more rumors that are yet to be confirmed, but we’ll know more on Wednesday when we BELIEVE Apple will unveil the iPhone 5. Until then, you can see who’s right and what the experts think is coming for this all new device.